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March 9, 2007

The Scottish National Party's separatism is not "popular", as your columnist Maria Misra asserts (Features, March 2). At the last election, the SNP polled 17.7 per cent of the vote in Scotland, its worst result in 20 years. Its policy of breaking up Britain is not popular even in Scotland, and has even less support in the rest of Britain.

Will Podmore.

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